Queen Letizia started her royal duties this week by receiving two audiences at the Royal Palace of Zarzuela in Madrid. Early in the day, she received a representation of the organizers of the International Congress of the International Association of Social Communication Studies (IAMCR / AIECS).
The Congress brought together researchers from 82 countries during which the participants reflected on communication, technologies and human dignity. The IAMCR / AIECS congresses define and treat a wide variety of issues. With Communication, Technology and Human Dignity as main themes, at IAMCR Madrid 2019, the congress seeks to generate a transversal debate, which allows exploring the same topic from different perspectives.
Under the slogan “Communication, Technologies and Human Dignity: controversial rights and answered truths”, around 1,800 participants from 82 countries met at the Faculty of Information Sciences of the Complutense University of Madrid to present the results of their research highlighting the human, cultural and social aspects posed by communication and technology, in the context of the so-called “post-truth”.
In IAMCR Madrid 2019, the impact of the latest communication technologies on society, culture and human rights were analyzed, with special emphasis on the quality and authenticity of the sources and messages before the rise of mechanization and intelligence artificial. This general problem arises in the context of advances in technology and its impact on the quality of human life, the influence of communication technologies on the objectivity of events, and how the geopolitical and socio-economic context is affected by the changes in the structure and the most recent forms that the communication processes adopt.
Later in the day, Queen met with the participants of the project “Women now #makeherstory 2019”. The Queen is Honorary President of Santander WomenNOW Summit – an international congress that celebrates diversity and defends the real equality of rights between women and men organized by Taller de Editores-Vocento.
The Santander WomenNOW Summit, organized by Taller de Editores-Vocento, finished its first edition exceeding all expectations. With the slogan #MakeHERstory, speakers such as Nobel Peace Prize winner Shirin Ebadi; Bianca Jagger, founder and president of the Human Rights Foundation and the vice president of the European Parliament, Evelyne Gebhardt, joined the more than 100 invited speakers to share experiences, change or create opinions, celebrate trajectories and analyze trends .
The Reina Sofía Museum hosted, on Friday 29 and Saturday 30 March, the sessions of the three spaces of the congress: WonInspiring, WonTalks and WonInnoSpace.
Coming to What Letizia Wore – Queen definitely knows how to make her every pennyworth. Once again proving it Queen chose a stunning $89.99 Zara Dress. Thanks to @QueenLetiziaEN for the id.
Letizia was wearing a tweed dress with gem buttons. The midi-length off-shoulder dress featured short sleeves, front patch pockets and piping. It has frayed hemline and rhinestone button front fastening. The dress is currently on sale and available for $29.99.
A closer look at the fabric detailing.
Letizia topped the chic dress with a matching navy belt.
Her Carolina Herrera suede slingback pumps were back again today.
Queen finished her look with large gold hoops and her inseparable Karen Hallem ring.